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Enlow contract extended 1 year; new admin. building approved

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By BARBARA GREEN
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Bowie Independent School District Trustees offered Superintendent Blake Enlow a one-year extension on his contract following his evaluation during Monday night’s meeting.
The board also accepted a recommendation from the facilities committee to demolish the tornado-damaged administration building and construct a new one on school property at Nelson and Rock Streets.
Enlow has been superintendent since May 2019 after serving as principal at the elementary and high school. Trustees conducted their evaluation for almost an hour, before inviting Enlow in for discussion during the closed session. He was offered a one-year extension on his contract continuing its three-year term.
The school administration building located on Wichita Street received extensive damage during the May 2020 tornado. The staff moved out and relocated to space at the intermediate school.
Last month, Enlow asked the board to name a facilities committee to assist with developing a recommendation. The board had discussed demolishing the building and selling the land, along with building at a new location.
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Major BISD departments make their year-end reports

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As the Bowie School District launches into its summer projects, several department heads offered their year-end reports to the trustees last Thursday.
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Wayne Walker, support services director, told the board the management team for all his departments set a goal to reduce budget expenses this year and so far they are below budget projections as the school year winds down and summer projects kick off.
As of June 6, child nutrition was $235,678.46 below budget; transportation, $217,942.20 below budget and custodial $312,277.44 below budget, for an overall projected amount of $765,898.10 below budget.
“We hope to finish August 2024 under budget to help out the district in recouping some of the adopt deficit budget for 2023-24. We are projecting in the right direction to end the fiscal year,” said Walker.

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M3 readies paint party fundraiser

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Bowie High School’s Mighty Marching Maroon Band will host a fundraiser paint party from 6-8 p.m. on June 18 in the high school cafeteria.
Cost is $30 to paint an 11 X 14 pre-traced canvas with $15 of each prepaid ticket going to the boosters. The band boosters will be providing snacks, and all supplies such as paint, brushes and canvas are provided.
Host will be Shannon Adkins of Texas Gals Creative Studio.

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Five schools ready graduation ceremonies for this weekend

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Five Montague County high schools will conclude their year with graduation ceremonies this week including Bowie, Forestburg, Gold-Burg, Nocona and Saint Jo.
Saint Jo graduates on May 23, Bowie, Nocona and Forestburg on May 24 and Gold-Burg on May 25.
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The Jackrabbits of Bowie will walk the stage at 8 p.m. on May 24 in Jackrabbit Stadium. The senior class selected Coach Aaron Chokas to be the class speaker. He is the boy’s head track coach and a Bowie graduate.

Read the full story and meet the top graduates of the five county high schools graduating this week across Montague County in your mid-week Bowie News.

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